We are excited to share that GetintheLoop’s newest local owners are bringing Canada’s favourite mobile offers app to Oakville! With this exciting news, residents will soon get more offers and experiences from the best local businesses, including restaurants, local retailers, shopping centres, salons and spas, golf courses, wineries, sporting events, and so much more!
Members get exclusive offers at the best local businesses across Canada, including restaurants, local retailers, shopping centres, salons and spas, golf courses, wineries, sporting events, and so much more! GetintheLoop is easy to use. Simply find the offer on your phone, show the offer at the business, and redeem the offer on the spot. It’s that easy!
We are so excited to bring GetintheLoop to Oakville! To celebrate, we’re giving away $500 in gift cards to local businesses. Simply download the free GetintheLoop app and sign up to be entered into the giveaway.
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Get in touch with our local team and learn how GetintheLoop can help drive more customers to your business.
Since it’s beginning in 2014, GetintheLoop has grown into the top-rated iOS and Android application of its kind in Canada, used by hundreds of top national and local brands.
“It’s an exciting time! With the expansion of GetintheLoop Local, our franchise division, we can’t wait for local businesses to be able to reach Oakville residents through our mobile platform,” said GetintheLoop founder and CEO, Matt Crowell.
GetintheLoop is an intelligent mobile marketing platform that connects businesses with local consumers. The online offers platform allows businesses to deliver real-time experiences and exclusive offers directly to the mobile phones of engaged consumers, enabling businesses to attract new customers, develop meaningful relationships and obtain immediate in-depth data on their behaviour. The GetintheLoop network reaches millions of Western Canadians every month and connects tens of thousands of members with exclusive offers in over 30 cities across Western Canada.